The renovation and addition transformed the 1965 space into a contemporary, inviting and flexible dining, studying and social center with lecture and seminar meeting capabilities. The project used environmentally friendly materials and reused existing materials. The project was completed in three phases. Renovation included 7,200 SF of the existing kitchen, a 2-story Lounge/Study addition and a one-story dining area addition for a total expansion of 10,500 SF increasing the facility to a total of 43,200 SF. Later phases of work included interior renovations of 21,000 SF of ground and first floor space including new serving and seating areas. Renovations also included ADA compliance, a kosher kitchen, new mezzanine, exterior coolers/freezer, flex space and partitionable seating.